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30% off Radiators from £21 @ Wickes £20.99

£20.99 @ Wickes
Years Guaranteed: 10 Mount Type: Wall Type: Double Panel Brand Name: Wickes Slim and stylish Panel Universal Radiator that offers efficient, money-saving performance. Features innovative three-in-…
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Years Guaranteed: 10
Mount Type: Wall
Type: Double Panel
Brand Name: Wickes
Slim and stylish Panel Universal Radiator that offers efficient, money-saving performance. Features innovative three-in-one design for choice of styles in new installations or to match existing Radiators. Wide range of heights, lengths and double convectors also available

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1 Like #1
checkout Brooklyn Trading might be cheaper, eg 500x400 is £22.39 at Wickes type 21 , £15.99 at Bamford for type 22 a upgraded radiator cheaper
1 Like #2
I've never wanted one in my room is that strange...
3 Likes #3
Nice find
Have some heat 8)
#4
Oliver_Warden8
I've never wanted one in my room is that strange...
If you must troll at least try to get the grammar right so it means something! X)
#5
deanos
checkout Brooklyn Trading might be cheaper, eg 500x400 is £22.39 at Wickes type 21 , £15.99 at Bamford for type 22 a upgraded radiator cheaper
I agree, they cant be beaten on price and quick delivery or go to their outlet in manchester.
1 Like #6
Radiators eh?
It's gonna get hot in here.

I'll show myself the door.
#7
srp111
deanos
checkout Brooklyn Trading might be cheaper, eg 500x400 is £22.39 at Wickes type 21 , £15.99 at Bamford for type 22 a upgraded radiator cheaper
I agree, they cant be beaten on price and quick delivery or go to their outlet in manchester.

I'm tempted to order the radiators from screwfix.. have to check these out now
#8
Whats the easiest way to replace an existing radiator on a combi system?
#9
fishleg003
Whats the easiest way to replace an existing radiator on a combi system?

Get a plumber :pX)
#10
I had these radiators and I've changed them for the slimline high output.
These ones don't give out much heat and their water capacity is huge.
The slimlines are much more efficient and warm up much quicker.
I know they cost more, but you'll only change them every 20 years or so.
These standard ones are good for rented accommodations, but in my own house I prefer better output which will result in cheaper gas bill
#11
Gstyle
fishleg003
Whats the easiest way to replace an existing radiator on a combi system?

Get a plumber :pX)


Yeh and get ripped off. Do it yourself and save thousands, and you can replace radiators without being Corgi etc as no gas involved.
#12
I got microbore 8mm but need a convertor
#13
OrangeAgent
I got microbore 8mm but need a convertor
They sell radiator valves with 8mm inlet
#14
Wickes Radiators are made by QRL Radiators (formerly Quinn Radiators) and are one of the top three brands out there. This is a great deal.
#15
jimmy2007
I had these radiators and I've changed them for the slimline high output.
These ones don't give out much heat and their water capacity is huge.
The slimlines are much more efficient and warm up much quicker.
I know they cost more, but you'll only change them every 20 years or so.
These standard ones are good for rented accommodations, but in my own house I prefer better output which will result in cheaper gas bill


​any examples ?
#16
jimmy2007
I had these radiators and I've changed them for the slimline high output.
These ones don't give out much heat and their water capacity is huge.
The slimlines are much more efficient and warm up much quicker.
I know they cost more, but you'll only change them every 20 years or so.
These standard ones are good for rented accommodations, but in my own house I prefer better output which will result in cheaper gas bill

Thanks for your post - am just about to replace all the radiators so would also greatly appreciate an example of the type of slimline radiators you mean as our home gets very cold in the winter with the single panel radiators and was going to replace them with double radiators of the same length (also upgrading the boiler as well as previous one was too small).
Would greatly appreciate any further advice please, especially regarding the slimlines and examples - thanks a lot
#17
Taking the 1000mm Wickes rads as example (both currently 30% off), they have type 21 and type 22. The 22 has about 40% more heat output and is fatter. As I'm thinking of putting a radiator cabinet over, may go for the fatter one at about £6 more.

Heat added btw.
#18
Is it easy to replace existing radiators? Tempted to give it ago in my dons room that's getting redecorated. Can you change a old single Radiator to the newer doubles? Cheers
#19
My rad I want to change is 835 width x 535 height. How do I make up the 35mm as don't do this width? Cheers

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